MSU hosting 'Energy Independence and Security' as part of Western North Dakota Energy Impact Symposia Series
Minot State University will host "Energy Independence and Security," the first in a four-part series, March 14-16. MSU and Dickinson State University are sponsoring the Western North Dakota Energy Impact Symposia in cooperation with the Great Plains Energy Corridor. A U.S. Department of Energy grant funds these symposia.
Noteworthy speakers will include MSU President David Fuller, U.S. Senator Byron Dorgan, General Charles Wald, Barry Asmus, senior economist for the National Center for Policy Analysis, and Hillard Huntington, executive director of Stanford University’s Energy Modeling Forum. With North Dakota University System Chancellor Bill Goetz moderating the panel, NDUS members William Gosnold, Cole Gustafson, Kari Knudson and Frank Moseley will discuss "North Dakota University System: Meeting the Needs of an Energy-Based Economy."
Additional information and all speakers’ biographies for "Energy Independence and Security" are at www.minotstateu.edu/energy.